[OS X TeX] mactex 2008 and MathTime Pro
herbs at wideopenwest.com
Fri Sep 5 15:04:26 EDT 2008
On Sep 5, 2008, at 1:52 PM, Herbert Schulz wrote:
> On Sep 5, 2008, at 1:33 PM, Themis Matsoukas wrote:
>> On Sep 5, 2008, at 2:21 PM, Gary L. Gray wrote:
>>> On Sep 5, 2008, at 2:19 PM, Themis Matsoukas wrote:
>>>> After updating to mactex 2008 I can't access my MathTime Pro
>>>> fonts, which are installed in ~/Library/texfm. What is the magic
>>> The following has worked for me on 4 different machines:
>>> updmap --enable Map mtpro2.map
>> It is not working here...
>> kpathsea: Running mktexpk --mfmode / --bdpi 600 --mag 0+420/600 --
>> dpi 420 mt2mis
>> mktexpk: don't know how to create bitmap font for mt2mis.
>> kpathsea: Appending font creation commands to missfont.log.
>> !pdfTeX error: /usr/texbin/pdflatex (file mt2mis): Font mt2mis at
>> 420 not found
>> ==> Fatal error occurred, no output PDF file produced!
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> Here's what I have for mathtime pro 2 (I don't know if you need all
> of this):
> sudo mktexlsr
> sudo -H updmap-sys --nohash --nomkmap --syncwithtrees
> sudo -H updmap-sys --nohash --nomkmap --disable belleek.map
> sudo -H updmap-sys --nohash --nomkmap --enable Map mt-yy.map
> sudo -H updmap-sys --nohash --nomkmap --enable Map mt-plus.map
> sudo -H updmap-sys --nohash --nomkmap --enable Map mtpro2.map
> sudo -H updmap-sys
> You don't need the mktexlsr line since things are in your personal
> texmf tree. You SHOULDN'T use the -H option since that wouldn't look
> into you personal texmf tree. If you want to produce a personal map
> file you don't need the sudo and use updmap rather than updmap-sys.
> I've taken to putting all added fonts into /usr/local/texlive/texmf-
> local/ and using the system update. Then I can switch user to do
> testing and still have access to all of the fonts.
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest.com)
Sigh... I have the Adobe Times Roman fonts so the second through
fourth line may not be correct for you.
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)
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